Turner OCTO® System Scaffolding
Designed for greater versatility
Turner OCTO® is designed for greater versatility; achieved through the design of key scaffold components.
The Turner OCTO® joint connection allows a 360 degree movement, providing almost limitless possibilities in structure size, shape and strength.
Designed for improved safety
Turner OCTO® is designed to improve safety with unique features manufactured into key Turner OCTO® scaffold components.
These include visual safety checks and a safe system of work to prevent the risk of fall from height.
Designed for increased productivity
Turner OCTO® uses a combination of less weight and fewer components to achieve speed in scaffold assembly and dismantling
For the same scaffold area, Turner OCTO® uses fewer components and is less than half the weight of traditional scaffolding.
The strength achieved in one cup can provide heavier load and higher height capability
Leg loads of up to 8 tonne can be achieved, making Turner OCTO® suitable for use in falsework applications. Due to self-weight and larger grid sizes, freestanding and mobile possibilities are greater.
Visual safety checks are possible with the Turner OCTO® joint, which creates a flush top and enables a level working platform that reduces trip hazards and potential gaps in the scaffold platform.
All joints can be visually inspected and resist vibration due to their tamper resistant design, improving the overall safety of the scaffold structure.
The Turner OCTO® Deck Lock features a tamper resistant design that reduces the risk of theft and unauthorised use.
Ease of scaffold inspection is also achieved; the Turner OCTO® Deck Lock can be utilised to reduce inspection to a fraction of the time (all joints become vibration resistant).
Safer systems of work are possible with the use of GuardAid®; a positional tool that eliminates the risk of fall from height
With integrated safety, the scaffolder is provided with safe systems of work throughout erection, dismantle and alteration of the System Scaffolding.